Le Fri, 01 Mar 2013 17:14:52 +0100,
Marco Menardi <email@example.com> a écrit :
On 01/03/2013 17:02, Camille Moulin wrote:
A new version of the home page can be tested at:
It should fix the css problem mentionned by Goran. It also brings
some more non mac-ish pictures, thanks to the files provided by
Robinson. The url problem mentonned by Goran actually is linked to
transition the prod environment.
I've checked but I see the same "Apple/iMac/we love proprietary
products, who cares about FOSS?" pollution, nothing visible has
changed in the home and in "Discover it" part, could you help me in
find the difference?
Thanks a lot, still hoping you *remove* the current embarrassing home
and keep developing in http://vm13.documentfoundation.org/40test
until all the relevant issues have been solved.
No one is going to remove anything untile someone -perhaps you?- have
come up with another design. This is getting ridiculous and
Marco if you have nothing better to do than shout and complain I
respectfully suggest that this is not the right list for you.
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